Surfing with Tommy Hilfiger

In what is perhaps best described as 45 minutes of jaw-dropping, artful surf porn (of the highest caliber), Surfer/director Mikey DeTemple’s follow up to his 2009 film debut Picaresque follows a band of intrepid surfers...


True to the title, Sight/Sound, the hypnotic 45-minute film is a sensory feast, even though there isn’t a shred of dialogue. Instead, artful camera work and atmospheric tracks from bands like Com Truise, Crystal Stilts, and Bodies of Water create a seductive enough ride that even diving board-first into 36-degree Maine waters looks like a mighty tempting proposition.

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Film stills by Nick Lavecchia